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By Pete Moore On June 27th, 2020 at 8:01 pm

Alinksy Rule #4: “Make the enemy live up to its own book of rules.”

Never feel sorry for a leftist who gets cancelled, sacked or unpersoned. They’re only getting back what they want for others. They made the rules, they can be judged by them. (Something which DV has been doing: well done Captain.)

And Yale University must change its name or be shut down.


By Pete Moore On June 27th, 2020 at 7:22 pm

Something started a few weeks ago across the US, in states both red and blue. It appears to have accelerated the transmission of the virus. Public health officials said that tens of thousands of people crammed together, shouting and chanting in each other’s faces, doesn’t transmit the virus. So we’ll have to find another explanation.


By Pete Moore On June 27th, 2020 at 6:56 pm

Welcome to Pardis, Iran. President Ahmadinejad wanted satellite towns built to take Tehran’s growing population. This is what he delivered.

It reminds me of Le Corbusier’s (thankfully unbuilt) “Ville Radieuse”. We can all name many of mankind’s monsters and bad characters. If we tried then the same names would keep coming up. Le Corbusier has got off lightly because he is never named but his work inspired generations of so-called architects to inflict misery on millions. The stunted, malformed lives resulting from modernism is one of history’s greatest crimes.

Free Speech under threat?

By Mike Cunningham On June 27th, 2020 at 5:33 pm

We here in this once United Kingdom are woefully served, in terms of free and honest discussion; on literally any topic under the sun. Newspapers are, naturally, slanted towards the opinions of their editors and owners, but honest debate is really best served by television, or online. True, we have the monolithic organ voices uttered by the BBC, but that voice is strangely muted when it comes down to straight forward discussions on topics with vastly differing viewpoints. 

Our minds are flooded with left-wing viewpoints on every topic under the sun, and, usually but not always, they are given easy rides when it comes to political interviews. Compare and contrast the staccato, high-pressure interviews of Centrist British Government ministers, with the constant interruptions and over-talking of the interviewee, to the extent that they can hardly get two sentences out before the BBC voice shuts them off with another question. The Government had actually blacklisted the Today Programme after the General Election, as it was felt that they  would never get a fair shake, and it showed; but  the  Government relented when the Virus came down the track, and it was thought that the message needed to be got out on all Channels. In fact, it was on the Today Programme that I heard the Health Minister actually loose his cool, and protest that Nick Robinson wouldn’t even let him get two words out before interrupting him. Robinson didn’t even apologise, saying that there was a shortage of time! Read the rest of this entry »

May not be your cup of tea…..

By Patrick Van Roy On June 27th, 2020 at 1:14 pm

This Song is called Po Dunk….. Po Dunk is the name given to all those little backwater towns scattered across my country. You’ve been witnessing the Big City inbreds looting and burning, well this is the otherside of that coin and the reason the riots have not spread beyond the Cities……

Watch it just for the People in it….

Just a little fun

By Patrick Van Roy On June 27th, 2020 at 1:04 pm

Def Fuhrer Joe has said if Elected President he will make wearing masks mandatory.

Lancaster, Pennsylvania, Biden warned that “no miracles are coming” and slammed Trump’s handling of the virus.  “Amazingly, he hasn’t grasped the most basic fact of this crisis: To fix the economy we have to get control over the virus,” Biden said. “He’s like a child who can’t believe this has happened to him. His whining and self-pity.”

Biden’s team has organized small events and enforced social distancing. Trump has refused to wear a mask in public, and his campaign says Biden is using a cautious approach to hide the fact that he can’t draw large, enthusiastic crowds.

“I know, as Americans, it’s not something we’re used to. But it matters,” Biden said of wearing a mask, noting he wears one “everywhere I go.”

The former vice president went further during an interview with KDKA-TV in Pittsburgh, suggesting he would use executive action or other means to leverage federal power and mandate wearing masks in public.

“I would do everything possible to make it required that people had to wear masks in public,” he said..

Will the Mask have to have an R or a D on them…… how about a Jewish Star Joe, or a Crucifix?


Baby Its Cold Outside

By Mahons On June 27th, 2020 at 12:20 pm

Ireland will have a new coalition government today with FG, FF and the Greens putting together a government. SF’s Mary Lou McDonald will be unwillingly social distancing from power. Praise God. She and her party may feel cold outside but of course the opposition is where they do best, as there is no responsibility there.

Leo will be handing off his shilleagh to Martin and Michael D will be making it official in Dublin Castle and of course at the Presidential Residence.
Challenges await. A decent result thus far in the global pandemic means Ireland may be better suited than some to navigate its way forward, but only time will tell. Thoughts?

But why are there  only eight?

By Mike Cunningham On June 27th, 2020 at 9:47 am

I listened with half the usual  attention span as the pillock also known as Archbishop Welby pontificated during his three minutes of exposure on the BBC Today ‘Thoughts’ slot. He was describing the horror of visiting a overstretched hospital as it literally groaned under the weight of the virus, as he stated, “and this is a country with only Eight Ventilators for all those who need them.” He then blathered on about how we should all come together; blah blah etc. etc.

Now I don’t  know which Black African country he was visiting or describing, but, as readers well may know, there are many candidates.  But what I do know is that the age of ‘Colonialism’ left Africa many decades ago, so the fact that there are only eight ventilators within a country’s borders is not the fault of the former Colonial Power. 

But the question which surely should have been posed to  the Senior cleric of the Church of England, if such a question was in the minds of the BBC, is this: “Why doesn’t the Government of this nameless African country supply and fit out for use, ICU wards, complete with ventilators. Why don’t the citizens of these Countries rise up and DEMAND the necessary innovations in their hospitals, and in many other parts of the infrastructure? Why is it that we see, over and over, demands from hundred of charities in Britain on tv channels, for us, the suckers for a sob story; to give, and of course give continuously: so that wells be dug, young female candidates for FGM and a VERY early marriage be given protection, and education; schools to be funded and equipped; and of course cash for hospitals and equipment? The questions are many, but from all these do-gooders, there is a very limited number of answers, and the final  reply is, usually, silence!

To my certain knowledge, there is at least one Black African country which has a Cathedral larger than St. Peter’s in Rome, Just think of the Ventilators which could’ve bought with the cash which was squandered on that totally empty monstrosity. 

Historical Trivia

By Patrick Van Roy On June 27th, 2020 at 1:19 am

Mark Levin and Tom Cotton discuss why DC can not be a State.

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By Patrick Van Roy On June 26th, 2020 at 9:36 pm

David Vance in conversation with Ann Marie Waters 26.06.20